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Why Turkey makes a good choice ?

Turkey is a dazzling destination that straddles Asia and Europe.
Its vibrant culture, famous food, and vast history wow all who venture here, while its glorious landscapes - from the sun-soaked Mediterranean to the mighty mountains and arid steppe. The Byzantine and Ottoman glories of Istanbul on a city break, laze on the beach, delve into history wandering.

Best time to visit Turkey

Visit Turkey all year round depending on where your interests lie. April, May, September and October are pleasantly warm so are typically the best times to visit Turkey's grand array of ancient sites. The summer months from June through to September are very hot, with temperatures reaching the mid-30°Cs on the south coast. The weather begins to cool off from late October. November through to March can get quite cold, especially in the interior such as Cappadocia.

Why Turkey is still the most popular Honeymoon destination?

A rich history, scenic landscape, sumptuous cuisine, shopping, festivals and activities are just few of the things that make honeymoon holidays in Turkey truly memorable. Since the country offers so much, it is best for couples to plan their visit well so that they can make the most of it. Couples who love sightseeing would get endless options in this Eurasian nation, ranging from historical landmarks to religious sites and natural attractions.

Adventure activities in Turkey

Dive down to a Dakota DC-3 aeroplane on the Mediterranean seabed, Ride the winds and surf of the Cesme Peninsula, Make “yakamoz angels” on a blue cruise during a new moon, Sea kayak over a sunken Lycian city, Take a wild family adventure in Dalyan, Hike the gastro-trekking trails of the Kızılırmak River Basin, See a different side (and season) of Turkey at Kartalkaya, Take on the Coruh River’s Class 5 rapids, Rafting on the Coruh river & Climb Mount Ararat.